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Published February 8, 2005

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Snow is deep near Coal City

A Friday afternoon trip up Consumers and into the area around Coal City proves that the snow is deep in the area; One fence post and brace poke up through the deep mounds of snow. Most of the unpaved roads in the area are muddy, but off to the side s...

Helper City Library celebrates 70th anniverary by purchasing books with grant

Jayden Horrocks and Austin, Alexis and Trevor Archibald read through some of the books the Helper City Library purchased with a $750 grant Wal-Mart gave it recently. This year the library celebrates 70 years in operation and librarian Paula Seely-Hat...

Construction at south industrial park goes on early and late

Bundled-up crews study plans for a building they are putting up in the industrial park at the corner of Highway 10 and Ridge Road. While construction in this park has been slow over the years, a new tenant will be moving into an existing warehouse bu...

Planning board approves conditional use permit for Questar's pipeline project

A map charts the path Questar's propsed 18-mile gas pipeline project will follow from the Soldier Creek area to the vicinty of Gordon Creek.

Commission reviews results of youth study

The county youth commission presented a report to Carbon lawmakers on local teen's thoughts about recreational facilities in the area.

RDAs divert property tax money from schools

Redevelopment agencies are expected to divert $48.8 million in funding from Utah's public school districts in fiscal year 2005.

Birds on the mend

Red-tailed hawk recovering after four surgeries

Mayor Piccolo presents 'State of the city' address

Bret Cammans receives the 2004 Mayor's Choice Award.

Preschoolers Collect Donations for Iraqi Children, U.S. Troops

Tianna Robertson, Michael Jeffs, Stevie Hanna and Noah Armstong show off donated items to be sent to Iraq. Children and parents from Busy Bee Preschool collected nearly 100 pounds of school supplies for Iraqi youth along with gum, candy, peanuts and ...

Castle Heights raises money for American Heart Association

Castle Heights Elementary students jump rope to raise money for the American Heart Association. For the fifth year in a row, Castle Heights was the top fundraising school in the Carbon and Emery County area. The Knights raised $1,881.72 for research ...

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